Interview in Title Magazine following the exhibition at Vox Populi gallery. Thanks to Timothy Belknap.
Inspired by the research I did for The Faithful, Other Arrangements is a program that offers historical and philosophical perspectives on queer folks struggles with traditional conceptions of marriage and family and explores different avenues based on friendship, community and contacts with strangers. The program includes: The Continuing […]
In 2009, I presented a paper on Paul Chan‘s video Baghdad in no particular order entitled “I will always love you: Paul Chan in Baghdad” as part of a panel on Solidarity Documentary at the Visible Evidence conference. Liz Miller, Thomas Waugh and Pratap Rughani also presented paper.
Lucas Hilderbrand and Lynne Sachs invited me to contribute to volume 51 of Millennium Film Journal: Experiments in Documentary
On November 14 2008, I presented I DO NOT WANT TO TELL YOU WHO I AM at Ex-Centris (Montreal) a program of contemporary videos curated from the collection of the Video Data Bank. The selection focused on work created by western artists visiting the Middle-East. This project was […]
I was invited to be a Panelist, Featured Artist and Workshop Leader at the Resolution 3 symposium in LA in October 2008. During this conference i met the lovely Amitis Motevalli and Irina Ambriz Dacumos. Good Times.
In 2007, I received a grant from The Canada Council for the Arts to write a feature-lenght historical fiction inspired by legendary Québecois filmmaker Claude Jutra’s amateur film Mouvement Perpétuel as well as by the events happening in Québec and the world in 1949. The piece relates the […]